Due to the continued feedback about the use of 'minis', yesterday we made some changes to the Rumble Matchmaking. If you're in a guild that has a very narrow distribution of Pirate Hall levels (no greater than three levels) - you will only be matched with guilds within the same distribution range. For example, if you're in a guild that only contains Pirate Hall 9 players, or contains a range of Pirate Halls 7, 8 and 9, then the matchmaking will prioritise Pirate Hall level - you will only be matched with guilds that fall into the same range, e.g.. you won't be matched with any guild that has a Pirate Hall 6 or lower. This will lead to significantly longer matchmaking times for these guilds, but will ensure that you're not matched against any minis - however, there is still a chance that there may be one or two guilds in the Rumble that are significantly smaller in terms of members, as the guild size parameter will relax if a match hasn't been found after a few hours. If you're in a guild that has a broader distribution of Pirate Hall levels or that uses minis, you will continue to use the previous matchmaking, where the size of the guild is the primary factor and the Pirate Hall level distribution is the secondary factor. This means that generally you'll be matched against guilds of a similar size and Pirate Hall distribution, but may see a wider range of Pirate Hall levels in your Rumbles. Once the new scoring system is in, we'll be revisiting the Rumble matchmaking.